This album is good in its own rights listened to it cover to cover a whole bunch of times now and think midnight blues is my most listened to song this year
> Cherlene a fictional artist from the TV show Archer.
> In the show, the character Cheryl (aka Carol) Tunt, who used to work for intelligence agency ISIS as a secretary, takes the stage name Cherlene after ISIS has gone bankrupt. She then decides to become America's number one country singer.
> Her songs are voiced by Jessy Lynn Martens. Read more on Last.fm.
): 5,791 listeners, 116,831 plays
tags: *outlaw country, archer*
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All of the music in archer is amazing.
Cherlene stands on its own as a solid country album, but the story behind how Jessy Lynn Martens ended up being the main vocalist is pretty rad too. Originally she was just supposed to play the fiddle, but they had her lay down some vocals at one point and then decided she should sing the whole album.
Haha I was just rewatching this season yesterday. At first I thought it was kind of "eh" as far as Archer goes but it actually holds up really well.
I am hoping that because of this, a new generation will discover Jerry Reed the way they did with Cash.
I am seriously blowin this jug
Jerry Reed is (was) the man. She Got the Goldmine, Amos Moses, When You're Hot You're Hot; fucking classics. He was awesome in The Waterboy too.
Anyone else binging Archer before it leaves Netflix in 2 day?!
*It has been kindly pointed out that Archer is on Hulu, including season 8 episodes.
"Um. I don't know *ANYTHING*"
"I believe that to be literally true."
One of the best fucking shows ever created!
Jessy Lynn Martens and her husband Joseph play as a duo called Juno Smile.
Jessy is a fantastic fiddle player as well as a singer.
Literally just finished binging Archer Season 5 (Archer Vice) yesterday! Wish we'd gotten more Cherlene songs haha
Seriously worth owning this album. The songs are true outlaw country and witty. I wish the creative team continued putting albums like this out, even with Cherlene being out of the game.